-various pens and pencils
-purse w/ checkbook and wallet
-Nalgene water bottle
-the 4 CD’s (in cases) that I bought last night
-CD wallet w/ 128 CD’s
-spare car key
-small pack of tissues
-package of herbal tea (leftover from when I was sick and brought tea to work)
Several bus receipts
Intercultural Communication reader
Intercultural Communication notebook
A printout of my Cybersociety presentation
Carmex lip balm
Used bus tickets
Quick deposit slip
Book: Harry Potter, “Quidditch Through The Ages”.
BART ticket with perhaps 32¢ credit remaining (used as bookmark in above book).
.50 mm Rapid-O-Graph[sup]TM[/sup] technical pen (from whence I derived the name “inky”).
Sketchbook, Canson, acid-free, 9"x12" hardbound.
Magic Rub[sup]TM[/sup] art gum eraser.
Long dead Digi-Mon (kept for the digital clock, despite the slightly disconcerting corpse). Titanium Spork!!!
Swiss Army Knife. Mysterious Green Plastic Diving Guy (found in street).
Very old piece of cheese.
Chap-Stick[sup]TM[/sup] lip balm, melted and congealed into one side of tube.
Wine cork, Wente vinyards (Cabernet Sauvignon, most likely) used on tip of X-Acto knive to keep me from poking my eye out.
Your mysterious Green Plastic Diving Guy is from the game Mouse Trap He stands on one end of a board, which catapults (?) him into a tub, causing the mouse trap to fall.
Does anyone play the game, or do they just put together the machine and watch it work?
In my bag, there is a wallet with no money
An unbalanced checkbook
Various hair utensils (bands, scrunchies) which I have no use for anymore as I just had my hair cut off.
okies i have:
-old discman with the cure inside
-waiting for godot by samuel beckett
-bunch of other papers and shit that i dont need
-almost empty can of lynx
-mother courage and her children by bertolt brecht
-of mice and men by john steinbeck
as you can probably tell i am i high school student
One of those electronic translator thingies.
And four notebooks filled with amusing quotes, notes on heraldry, minutes of old PCC meetings, and a few stabs at translating bits of Gregorian chant.
> one pen
> two return rail tickets (London to Edinburgh)
> one Duracell AA battery
> one chequebook
> Sophie’s World* by Jostein Gaarder
> The End of Time* by Damien Thompson
> this week’s copy of Private Eye magazine
> a small pocket map of the Underground
> The Holocaust by Paul Johnson (one chapter only)
> one earphone pad for personal stereo earphones
> one mobile phone
> A-Z map book of London
> one gas bill (paid today)
> one CD single (bought today)